Dropdown to change x-axis in Tableau

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I want to have a dropdown wherein I can change the X-axis of my simple line graph that I have created. How can I do that?
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You need to create a  str datatype parameter and put dimension name you want to change.

then create a calculated field. Name it  x-axis and use this in the calculated field

when 'dimension1' then dimension1
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answered Apr 3, 2018 by QueenBee
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